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Our professional RF engineering team is ready to work with you to provide RF CAD site survey services, design consulting, RF spectrum analysis, complete wireless network equipment sales, configuration and staging, and nationwide installation services. Call us to discuss your Wi-Fi, WiMAX, WVoIP, or any other wireless data network project.
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A SAN (Storage Area Network) refers to an area of a LAN that is specifically dedicated to data storage devices, such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and file servers.  A SAN is distinguished from other ways of networking storage by the low-level block storage access method used. Traffic on a SAN is very similar to those (like ATA and SCSI) used for internal disk drives.  For example, a server would ask for "Block 6000 from disk drive 4".  By comparison, if a file storage access method was used (like SMB or NFS), the server would request data from a particular file, and the underlying operating system would be responsible for determining which disk and block contained that data.  Most SANs actually use the SCSI communications protocol to access data on the network, though they use LAN protocols at the data link and physical layer instead of SCSI.


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